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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 March 1844

: ftU i ■MR BY H. STUART. GALVESTON, SATURDAY, MARCJS 16, 1 jir tii rrrnrr V( |llll '.!>'> J+ 1 published every wednesday an1> satukdav, At $ 9 per annum payable within si* months after the time of Wribing—or $10 at the end of the year, Also, published ■aeklv, lei the conntry, a( $5 per annum payable in advános. l ADVERTISING—One square, onq dollar for the first inser- on, each subsequent insertion fifty cents. Eight line make a óusre. Advertispments inserted once a week $1 per square preach insertion. ÍQ7 Alt letters on business of t lie office must be post paid or ey will not be taken out of the post office. CARDS of steamboat and other passenger, and nnnounce- ents, of canJM&tesfür office, are considered and charged as ad. fcriüsnteiits. Í U" Marriage and obituary notices of .more than three lines in ■gth charged as adv<!riiamentv WÉDNEaDÁYvNlAáCH 13, 1844. _ , . . ——. ■ j-. y'f he Now Orleans Bulletin of the 9ib itisc. (Salur- ||y) says, that order ft om the Nort...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 March 1844

i I Mr. Denny, of Glssgow, who hut been extensive- ly engaged there in tbe construction of iron Teasel*, arrived in thia city via New Qi leans, by the laat trip • f the Neptune. He design making a tour in tbe country, for the purpoae of examining our navigable rivera, and ascertaining from observation the sise, conformation, and strength of machinery of boats suit- a ed to them. Sueb is ^^proficiency now attained in naval architecture, amnhe precision with which calculations can bo made ou vessels constructed] of iron, that the speedi.draft of water, and proportion of draft to freight carried, can be adjusted to any given atandatd with the greatest degree of accuracy. Di- vided as they are into compartments,there is no. dangei of sinking these iron "steamers by running upon snags or rocks, and instances have occurred where th ey have rua directly upon; rocks, at full speed, and received injuries that would have sunk ordinary vessels imme- diately, without any apparent effect upon th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 March 1844

• i • immm ■ 1 apprehending «u«h alevé-ot iliffi, ahetl havo a liso On th« «trae, unül the reward specified aa atoreaaitl, í Be it farther «Meted, That ii where any elave or elavee shall be apprehetxjed and delivered to the owner at hia residence, it shall be lawful for the person, apprehending and delivering aucb slave or slaves to demand and receive, for •aob slave ao apprehended and. delivered, in addition tofh* sum specified, as aforesaid, the further sum ef tyro dollars for every thirty miles be may travel in go- ing to, and returning from, the resideuce of said own- er, the distance to be computed over the shortest roate travelled at the tiae, aad to have a lieu upon aaid slave, or slaves, for the payment of the «ame, as provided for in the first section of this' act. Sec. 3. Be it further eoacted, That the provisions of the second section oTthia act shall extend to per-, eons apprehending runaway slaves in any part of the Republic, provided, said slaves are delivered by the a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 March 1844

JljUp up Red,river fiA/ mile Wgh- tojf iMOiboM bu «ver been. The — in us that b obtained eorne cotton in that It región, and tha* the settlors being nuw satisfied it ateamboiif* cau gwom m them, have resolved to ..go extensively into the->cukure of cotton. He also informed us tb«t h« foundH,o more difficulty in" as- — A11" fl!$r^ b >Ve ibeKÍani¡cl|i than in going i ulton toFort l owsy^. ihe river is. «hallow -til ran ml ,K though broad. The Miafl) hails from the Hocky MtfnMbft''""" the Rooky Mountain —An* anony- mooe eorrespondent of the Arkansas Times and Ad- vocate gives the following description of a pass through *bd Rooky Moumains. The editor c.injec* I ureal hat he alludes to Che so-called "South Pass," not vouch for the authenticity of his corres- ifnarratiye; in very early $o.l vras attach- ompany of.trapper 'ftni —'-i- -s- anoftlie Rocky acted mainly)oh this pilncipU, common fond. whieb partías SHSaS: contribute mors than tors the|s« as in moikl companies) but the furp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 23 March 1844

«Z*. -"H® • ' -'4'" • !;Í ■ '1 • *>... 1 :^ v. ■r,\:::,' S' - ■ ■• :-r: ,'V - \ ' ' ■• . 'Ü r:l 91 1 ■ , ^■/ rm m i; Hi. «fit urn otj*ifitgpu aolira '* 11'Hi I Llllü ■ > ' ■'. . ' 8' |V Bí ILSTUART. S . *UBMSHM> BABEY WEDNESDAY ANU 8ATV#HA*. ! M W PV «'«W Vfiihip 9*, m«pth« after the AD V ER'l'H)IN G—One «qtiar*, on* dollar Ibr Ihe firat'imer. ion, each «iitwequeat ¡ncertioD fifty cent*. Eight lino* make a upare!. A<H,afiiaem*iita iuaérted onea a, week «1 pe ^IlTCAll"SU(¡n b.,.¡ne.. '< they wHInoít fee taken out oftL . 1 C*BI S*«¡9 Staawiboal.-aad wants of cíiicJiíUleífor offiqei.are considered and phased a* i<f- per aqvare of the office must be post puid or the post offish l> - > • □d other paMtnger, mod iaiioafiee- i and o hi j d? iiW. hnn(flV ire^chkirgéd a> adv - - ' ' ' ■■■■■■• Y 4XH MW'IfDNESD A Y?. MARCH 20, 1844Í tar Ih, t.l jri|,V i«. '¿m¡ w- ¡«2¡WJJJh If - on the San Saba—tha fifty first found there by that i J*l « paper in the lákt1 two years: I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 23 March 1844

SATURDAY. MARCH 28, 1844. Hod. ChM. Elliott, Her Brilauuic Majesty's Minis- tar to Texas, arrived - from the United State*, on Thursday, by tbe •team packet New York, and took lodgings «I the Tremoot Home. Although not wholly restored, we are happy to atate that his health ia much improved. The appointment of John C. Calhoun, a* Secreta- ry of State of the United«8tatee, waa unanimously confitmed by the Senate on the 6th instant. It waa feed by many at Washington whether Mr. Cal- a. would accept the appointment; but Mr. McDuf- fie ia raid to have pledged hlmaelf that he would. Wilaon Shannon, Ex-Govenor of Ohio, baa receiv- ed the appointment of United States Minister to Mexico. Commodore Warrington,¡Chief of the Beaureau of Yarda and Docks, haa been appointed by President Tyler, Secretary ad interim of the Navy of the United - ;:k jjtf&rt Many epeculationa aa to the appointment of a regu- lar iocumbent are indulged, though the person most generally regarded aa likely to receive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 23 March 1844

;%1 Mils Mm ■ i®. í ( appear and J.feod tbo auit, in tome newspaper, ! printed iii the county or in the Republic, neareat to ibe count/ in which auit ia or may he inatiluted, Ur CM *. .. - ■— „—-- -— Z' "SÉ?^"^uíurhVb'b.'í'1°8°r "iJ «1üsss!%j^t^iss court, provided, the plitntiff, his «gent or alto may, #500 in which ar. tote oí ordin:iyai7 ceni*¡ middling f| a 8 «Is. aball atleugein the petition that the party, or partiea, fair 9 csnts—a few fancy lou at II a 114 cunt . 2_ ... i/L .! 1mm 1.a J ri • i _« _ • ■* t*¡¡íw1"1 T ^ ^Uji v COTTON MARKET. New Ou.a**a, BaToánav, March 16.1M4. -W. have no Changa to notie. in lha general fast '■ «i fiSh -ii'i ■Mm mm, H ml 'V-^B ia or are fbaent from the Republic, and file with the petition an affidavit of the truth of the allegation. Seo. 2. Be itfurther enacted, That in caaea of an ■pplieatton for a divorce should the petitioner de- claro in hia or ber petition that although the defen- ' dant may be * resident of tho Republic, hia or . her r el...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 23 March 1844

J ft * J, it tW lb Id no¿,coine wi «ra toe* ran to T« repeal, in part, and «menú "An Apt regulating the duties ol Probate Courts and tbe settlement of qacoeMiona/' passed at tbe fourth Congress, and approved Feb. 5th, 1840. Seo. It. Be it enacted by toe .Senate and House of Repreieatativee of the Republic of Texas in Con- gress asSembred, 'I hat so much of the 14th section of the above recited act, aa authorized persons who shall be1 appointed to make partition or a majority of them, "to call in one or more surveyors to run, the linea of aoy iamda^ and also tbe individual lines thereof," be ait* tbe we i hereby repealed. •Sjbot. 2. Be it farther enacted, That -the persons whó jpIlb.H be appointed to make the partition contem- plated in said act, be, 6ud they are hereby authorised to call iu tbe coiioty surveyor, or his legal deputy, to rilfe'the lines, Sec, contemplated Iu ssid act, for which services (he said.surveyor shall receive the same pay as now nllowd by law. B iu 3. Be it f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 March 1844

m .tíXl . } •cmt ék 7 ■ ,,,¡11 ira STOART. 5 if v . air bntij fr" •' '' BAIlf tfd.per anuí payable «bu ™ jflU m to Wd «I WKDMSBOAy and batubdat. ble within *ui month* after tbe time of •SB line* make: a per square fERflBfPG bsequent insertion fifty «wats Eight li IverUMOtent* inserted once * week fl llletters on business of tbe office must be poat paid or nil notbé taken oiltofthe post office. ■' t,DSi-<tr stnamboat and other passenger, and announce- r candidate* for office, are considered and charged áa ad- Itth ai d obituary notices of more titan three lines in '«runl. i- 1 1 d as advertismenti. " '• ■ 1 1 v-.-'i'i i'tfvw./f "i.uimi' i-iL1' ?i., >■ ' .'iiiif GALVESTON, SATURDAY, M jluj II,Jllll J!^BgBBt5e! JjllHI I ll.ggHBBgBBBg 1 1 - ' J.'.l'l ,'fj IIP WEDNESDAY. MÁRCH 27, 1844. >ur Cornmissionets to Mexico returned yesterday, ting cometo Corpus Christ i, and from tb«nce to port by sea. They are both in excellent health, appear it) fine spirits.,. ¡Tbe precise terms and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 March 1844

.■MPÜmmmrnmmmmmmmmmfmmmsmimtmm graph ¡e, we leam, bssed opon the fact ibat he has io Cf6}l3ftt $1019 (9r$t|fwfó03l <®HJiríCe bis possession a quantity oí bullets, found upon a de- Um, MAac^,1M^ abeep farm upon abe Mexican frontier, by one oí the numerous parties engaged in seeking min- eral trjaau rea, wbo furnish bim with regular reports r X \ V / Accounts l'ruñTI/le JlCwSre strongly indicative of the steady progress, of the design hitherto shadowed ' and specimens of their wonderful discoveries, forth, by Santa Anna to establish Himself as Empeior, and maintain his authority by (be army. Not only bat the work of preparing public opinion for auch a meas- ure been industriously prosecuted ever since bis lust The affairs of Texas, at tbis tima, pre lerestiog and momentous aspect:. At lime since the formation of her preaei resent an in- teresting and momentous aspects. At no previous time since the formation of her preaent system of government, bay* her foreign, political and pocia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 March 1844

,1 , ¿«ays be, Mfor you on] ^«'Say^aia^n.-'aay. jra\y over yuurpgly ti l P. n'T out of a doctor's shop." 1 L will throw the br*twn "Na you darn't" «aya i®, $0 yo>ir,w^r6hi , (is he dared me,—and when a woman's darod she'll do any thing—1 slapped the gravy in bis face, and he run up stairs crying like ¡JÜiVlUJIlíi .Mllü.it) tilII* * 1".'!! ',!> 1 A nch scene.—The following rich scene recently occurred in 'brié írfbofr' courts of justice, between the Judge ^hd a Dikch ffitness all the way frotn Rotter- M ..••wri your native language?" If i"l J e_no native: I's a Dutchman." ^'WHat is your mother tongue?" * Witness. * O,'fadér say she be all tongue." Judge. In ¡au Jrritable tone.—"What language did you first learn? what language did you speak in ■ the cradle?'' ;• \) ,!< • Wilpeís. I tiii not'speaH no language in té cradle at 'all' I oiijy cried i*' Ducfc." Then there was a gtJtrerui laugh in which. Judge and Jury had to join. The Ripeas iutérrogafed no further about his na- ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 March 1844

the better ike the Senate and Bornee rg- w i Representative*of the Republic of 'I exat, in con- ree assembled, That every pechante, workmen,01 person, dolor or performing any work, or far- ing wy kind of materials, which are used towards e erection construction or finishing any building, e. rection, construction, or finighióg any building erec- ted uoJar s contract in wilting, between the owner and builder, or other person, whether such work, or materials, shall be performed, or furnished as journey* men, laboier, cartmen, sub-contractor,, or otherwise, •lid whose demand for labor done and performed, or for materials furnished towards the erection of such buildings, has not been paid and satisfied, may deliv- er, to the owner of sucb building an attested account ot tbe amount and value of tbé work, and labor or ma- terial* thus performed, or furnished, and remaining unpaid, and thereon, such owner shall retain out of his subsequent payment to the contractor, the amount of such work ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 April 1844

• V ti i'tjSv Wá >i:" ttrtl iljfilw ,1ü¥í>í>:i win iu(f«> ( ¥>"« lYlltllw 1 : ■ r M vrij ttljtlj K im iiium iig •ii'tutMsi t>] bviao | u?. / WJ*4Í1M(P,*A«B*> WKI NW AV ANO SATUHOAV. f Wbl.«.Hya«, njDnlh. sfte^tim*. ... 'ser n4-sqfear«,oae dollar for (he «nrt ¡i rquare. Advertisements inserted one* !*•; Right linas oiakea ■ weekfl fe rurthfl port office, úd ) OJIW Ij-tfiJ# 5^R®8-*at.a tnausboattend /cáhtr paite nger, and announce- \ « "If °^j(,,ry.,,0ÜCM of «óre'tbsil three line* In j'.1 i(m '■ müt >*," , • ,,..r~, S^l "« ví WÉH>NESDAY, APRIL 3, Í844. 1"P'1 tu . ,"" í^AamsTcxcs;-' i iiiui Mmm&mmm* eofi 3d. thattbe ¿eréitoryof Mié> U. Státes >ia tóirbeíienittrt . Mr. Upshalrttdéatl , Sel' = JohnM. Mason, of Virginia, brother-in-law to tiife Hité títy 1 Ujfthur, has béeíi appointed Secretary of the Navy pf the United Statea, f'W i Wr Stqte tj^t Mr. Calhoun has signified bis intention to acceptytheofliue of Secretary of State, though he bad'not left ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 April 1844

•"Hath ■s* I . >> ^ Uír# axu in Uon- aeaerabled, That tha Chief Juaiice and tbe .. «ocíate Justices, in each county of the Republic •hall designate electioo precinct at the moat suitable placea for holding elections in their several, countiea; and itaball be the doty of the Ohief Justices oí tbi counties, to issue writs of election to tl.e several pre cinot* estubhshed, appointing a presiding officer in each; to hold the elections, Mating specifically In the writs, the officer or officers to be elected, and the day qb, Vriijch the election ahull take place. S*o. 2. Beit further, enacted, Thai the Secretary or Sute be, and be fa hereby, required to famish the • Chief Justice of éach county in this Republic, with a form of tho returns of olfactions. which t>rm, ahail be filed , in i be office of said Chief Justices, who shall funtifb the presiding, officer of each election, precinct, with a copy, whenever a writ'of election shall iaatie. 8m. 3. He it further enacted, Ttauthe ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 April 1844

iumjHu vviii r¿i .ai' iii yumttyi á ► wcrw -e ifftfi '* f'•'^' H *11! 'frl >v>;f,.f r SKiisj1 . AWV^* lWeiGirW«B4H«^5i ^ tfcUiy C«*iU e 6reti«*er> U7 Alt latían on business oribe offiea must be noet b*ld or .tgfearid obituary notices ¿(mom then thrbe lmosin ^«(Kbm^hwjpAMiaijYtirÓMna^U., ¿l3J8 iv .JttU(0 ¿,.| GALVESTON L>í«r 't •*«* . lavjiw * *■' '£ AFRtL lé,'"l844íl:^"" Somewhat to nir disappointment, and ho daobl to that ofrom ¿ftfir readers, the New York hidmlt lirindfMttrdijr e vetoing when oaf papor w^nt to press, Matt of our citijwns seam tp be- lieve that the favol an notation jfertitM year at laast, 'will be dé; tided in time for the intelligence to reach u* by the Now Yoik. For ourselves, however, we have great doubt whether each will be the fact, for, even ¡fthe memore finally succeeds, it ÁrllÑ be nexttoim£gssiiil*fo prevent discussion iipon it iñ the Senate; and it tneai the to poatpone au' keep off the final decision «T the qpeatioi Gen. Safa ílouiton, Presi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 April 1844

i S. 1844. I. ta C«Mt dé tfetigMjr, Miawter of France to To** , arrived ymnimy by lb* tmmMp New York, and took lodging* at iHcem. ■ fk d>ip AiaaNa Gnifappina «mved m Wednesday Ihm 1>kM. Tbia ia the Snl Auuiu vawal which ha* visitad Tai* ■kind w« look wpoahsrarrhrala* the beginning of a urde aa kf artantto Ttui m tkat wkh England iiaaif. The New York loainal of <?omiuerec aajr*— "One of the raporta firom Washington la, ikat Maxico ia privy IS Ika negotiation between Tex and ike United 8ial**, witb the «ndaritandiug that ir T<yao i« admitted the «ball noy a bono to Mas ico. which nadir Ike eireumetancee, alio will have Ika «bilily to ICOOIDDlidb." , The New Orleaa* Be II* tin aaya— "Wabavf inforoatimi, which wo dene* doubt the correct no** of, that the ropofia which bave booa publi*h*d of Ika willing *** of Maxico lo eoaoent, upon eaay term*, to ika annexniion of Taxae, 10 thin Union, aro true, lilt ia oooaldered or any im- portance whatever, that Ike arrangement ohonid lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 April 1844

■ ÍM member of «1 of I of the counsel of tbo at Dublin, ho thai el- «* A .Trthmh W Wiui^gton.—In tha course epaeeh-recently acede bjfe<M . the Hah Bar, Mr. Whiteaida, accused in tbe State Trials . uquently alluded to Washii_ ' "He would ask, waa the name of Washington, with « thoae friends who freed and bleased the world, to be pat in' competition with thoae who iosalted sad enslaved iif Were they to be placed on a level wit h _• .that of-tbe insatiable Napoleon, or tbe ranh hypocrisy end oreelty of a Cromwell! Were such men to be P«t opposite to him who throws the brightest char- acters of antiauity into tbo shade? He would have supposed, had be lived under the old diapenaation, that bij position would be that ascribed to htm by the poet—surrounded hereafter b* virtuous spirits, giv- ,iag lawa to the assembly of the just—and now it and happiness of ma«. His great ambition was to preserve peace, to give freedom, and to spurn those gji ti«ring baubles of the world which hold so ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 April 1844

t: h 9 ment, shall be subjected to any penally lúJ. court martin) maj de«rt> proper to inflict. . 8. lio it further «nacti'd, That .It .1 \h ¡ lUj «I \Hl t I >4V r, concurrently with the Chief Jm - ABiiricu ng cáre upon mure enviable than that of the Mocbatric—free for every thing fur which hearen d •ÉW^ÍpSP'^ mmmf' .«*w: the guidance ofhia own gemua. he walka erect in the full staiure of Ma,j Earning, with bit Own hands a he which b&" supports Mmstílfí proteCte «!#« M ibt''iV,<• wiiich may 7ndereuf goVéfntnent, prudent , ««• «wwDV, are aura to meet with tbetr and MS ahonkJ be reoleiMbered by every mechanic, that the real to pérfcraén ahd official All that the people I #ivai|- 1 :ihi«; constitution and inteU Brfone their; duty. Itvi 1be duly of e very American to lender himself competent to act ob ^ 90ca^pif|¡Mfl><womi «P Amwioa qitUen. íntet- ligeuM, «duoaMopaud atudy are wiih.u tbe leach of every bunto Meg. • •••'"•.• ••wyMs-'i v v -i/fnttt ¿mw Eggs as a to be a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 April 1844

WWm ;?EíaMI WiLff' By EL STUART. " BIIKU KAKKJT WKONKSUAV A NO rrvniH ^iWi(J 6 #' I W 'I'UMiif- +*f t *Aw<.mÉ á\ i H .' igF 51 (*Y#OV (It I* K -IT >"" '< HIM ..nun- . • '". ■ .'. ft-^1.8 SI « ^tlRMlfT '"■-u f.'Kvrf ads «n , each snbaequent insertion fiAy cent*. Eight Km. nial a 2r"e7ch¡n¿tío«rM ,0W,edW,Cam Mr BT All l«tim on tintinen of the office mux be poet paid or they will net be takon out of the poet office. C4ttP3-J f *t^.ubo«t and other pwsenger.and announce- ment* of candidate* for office, are couaidered end charged aa ad vertisenients. " • ' CFMartiafe and obituary notice* of more than three linea in loagth ere charged as advertiameM*. H53BÍS 5= WEDNESDAY; APRIL 17, 18JÍ. rftfa Mm m. p:. The Lawa of last session have been printed ill boekfurm, and promulgatedfront ttw.Department of 8t4te " v We regret topMcsive that the amendment* to bur City Char, ^r ipfeir telhi nine imperfect form at the firat copy which reaohed this city. Neverthelea*, the** amendment*, aa publ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 April 1844

ÜS * !?"i i iu ■pliag 10 OCt M DÍO* 10MUTÍM c<wrt ftr GalTMM O0OMJ < i m Moodej «esi. Hon. A. 8. Witt Attoraejr, The slcam*tD*ptoa,whieli arrived ycolOfdayaBeraiag soporte ■ great the la tfafilo Beyoo and tbarivar San Jacinto-greater than baa occurredatan 1884. Lyaebburg iecovond with «w tor one or two foot deep. with her Wa toara bytkoilnwir Dayton that beiwoeo aovouty a eight? balas of oottoo, from the wreck of iba Elian Praablaad hará been owed ia a damaged a&le. The PraaUaqt i> atlll at Houston, and will •Kar tba arrival of tha NepUno. than until fka tMm (*nwd—Phra hnodnd balaa of cotton an to ba bñwghl to thia port in Maw Oriaana by tha Maptnna to > tha home of Mean, Illiaa A Co. Bain ia repotted lo heve fallen «pon the Bremo* a few days i, aanaing thatetnam to overflow ita banba in eomeplam pleatsuous lathe vicinity of Richmond. Suite have been instituted againet the owner of ■ton Pranhlaad and Sarah Barneeiór the recovery orthe efprpporty loot in their voomIc....

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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